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Women With Low Estrogen Have a Higher Risk of Osteoporosis


Published September 27, 2017

BHRT May Provide Relief from Joint Pain

Although more commonly known as female hormones, progesterone and estrogen are hormones that exist naturally in the bodies of both men and women. With age, levels of these hormones drop off and fluctuate, causing many of the symptoms normally associated with aging, including joint pain. Progesterone and estrogen levels naturally increase and decrease depending on a woman’s cycle, pregnancy, and other needs. But when levels are low for a significant period of time, as with menopause, women can begin to experience joint pain. Many women just find ways to deal with joint pain, becoming less active and doing fewer of the activities they may have once enjoyed. But there are alternatives to just accepting joint pain as a part of aging. Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) can help replenish the dwindling hormone levels that cause joint pain. Studies have found that women who use BHRT report that they are less bothered by joint pain than women who don’t use the therapy. Read more…

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